Custom Water Filtration Purification & Softening Solutions for every home, business and budget, serving Elgin Il and surrounding communities

Restore Water Solutions is leading the Water Filtration business by finding solutions for homes and businesses. We offer Water Softeners, a variety of whole home and point of use Filters, and Reverse Osmosis. Finding the right solutions for your home and needs!

Problems With Water

Discoloring of Sinks or Fixtures

Scale or Buildup on Your Faucets or Shower Heads

Metallic Taste or Strange Odor in Drinking Water

Hard Water Problems In Elgin IL, St. Charles, Carol Stream & Surrounding Communities.

What is Hard Water? Hard water is the amount of dissolved calcium and magnesium in water. A problem that almost all Illinois residents will have to deal with is hard water. You may have felt the effects of hard water, literally, the last time you washed your hands. Depending on the hardness of your water, after using soap to wash you may have felt like there was a film of residue left on your hands. In hard water, soap reacts with the calcium (which is relatively high in hard water) to form “soap scum”. When using hard water, more soap or detergent is needed to get things clean, be it your hands, hair, or your laundry.

Do you feel your water needs some help? Here are some of the effects of untreated water:

  • Discoloring of Sinks or Fixtures
  • Metallic taste or Odor in your water
  • Scale or Buildup on your
  • Faucets or showerheads
  • Rusty Colored Water
  • Hard Water Deposits – Water Spotting
  • Iron Removal

Water Treatment Solutions

Restore Water Solutions will listen to your concerns and analyze your water. In doing so, we will be able to identify the problem areas and offer solutions custom fit to your needs and home. With a variety of solutions available we are able to offer you the latest technology for great water!

If you feel you may have hard water contact us today! Our local water experts will come to your house to test your water, answer any questions you may have and provide solutions to help you love your water.. Restore Water Solutions offers water testing free of charge. Based on the results, we can help identify what is in your water and offer the best solution to help your home or business with water problems. We’ll customize a plan that fits your budget whether that be an under the sink drinking system or a whole home water filtration system. Ensuring that you have the highest quality water possible.

Water Softening

 We offer a variety of quality Water softeners to fit your home or business needs

Water Filtration

Water filtration is essentially taking the existing water you have, and improving it.

Reverse Osmosis

Reverse Osmosis (RO Systems) Filtration systems provide a convenient source of some of the highest caliber drinking water.

Iron Breaker Filter

When you turn on your faucets in your house do you smell a funny odor or seeing unpleasant stains in your sink?

Elgin & South Elgin Drinking Water | Fox Valley Area

What is Hard Water? Hard water is the amount of dissolved calcium and magnesium in water. A problem that almost all Illinois residents will have to deal with is hard water. You may have felt the effects of hard water, literally, the last time you washed your hands. Depending on the hardness of your water, after using soap to wash you may have felt like there was a film of residue left on your hands. In hard water, soap reacts with the calcium (which is relatively high in hard water) to form “soap scum”. When using hard water, more soap or detergent is needed to get things clean, be it your hands, hair, or your laundry. The U.S.Geological Survey is the nation’s largest water, earth, and biological science and civilian mapping agency. It collects, monitors, analyzes, and provides scientific understanding of natural resource conditions, issues, and problems. You can read more regarding hard water and the efffects.

The U.S.Geological Survey is the nation’s largest water, earth, and biological science and civilian mapping agency. It collects, monitors, analyzes, and provides scientific understanding of natural resource conditions, issues, and problems. You can read more regarding hard water and the efffects.

Hard Water Measurements

Hardness is caused by compounds of calcium and magnesium, and by a variety of other metals. General guidelines for classification of waters are: 0 to 60 mg/L (milligrams per liter) as calcium carbonate is classified as soft; 61 to 120 mg/L as moderately hard; 121 to 180 mg/L as hard; and more than 180 mg/L as very hard. Living in the Chicago Suburbs the majority of our water is in the 180 and up range which means we have very hard water. However, that can be fixed! See the map below.